Within seconds of the second half kicking off Rico Henry whipped in a lovely cross and Bryan Mbeumo fired home acrobatically to make it 3-0.
Brentford beat Swansea City 3-1 on the night and 3-2 on aggregate in the EFL Championship playoff semifinals as they said farewell to their 116-year home at Griffin Park in style.
Trezquet headed an Anwar El Ghazi cross wide inn the 49th minute as Villa started brightly.
Danny Rose led a terrific charge down the right with Ritchie but Miguel Almiron took an extra touch from prime shooting range and Mings blocked the effort for a corner.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg at Swansea, Brentford came flying out of the traps and Ollie Watkins gave them the perfect start as a wonderful pass from Mathias Jensen cut open the Swansea defense and Watkins scored his 26th goal of the season.
Gayle put Newcastle ahead in the 69th minute, taking an Andy Carroll cross and sweeping a shot beyond the reach of Nyland.
Swansea pushed hard to get back in the game as Connor Roberts cut inside and fired at goal but Raya made a fine stop. Pontus Jansson then made a big mistake as Rhian Brewster lobbed home to make it 3-1 on the night and 3-2 on aggregate with just over under 15 minutes to go.
Emiliano Marcondes then flicked home a superb header from Said Benrahma’s cross to make it 2-0 and just like that Brentford were ahead.
Swansea were still in the game as Conor Gallagher was played in down the left and denied by a great save from David Raya, who then launched a fine counter attack which saw Benrahma hit the inside of the post. Benrahma went close again soon after as the entertaining clash was end-to-end as both teams went all-out attack.
Ezri Konza nearly had the Villans level before Elmohamady’s headed was lost by Dubravka, who was partially screened by a slow-to-react Jonjo Shelvey.
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